BAAQMD REG 3 FEES
LAST REVISED 08/02/95

REGULATION 3

FEES

INDEX

3-100 GENERAL

3-200 DEFINITIONS

3-300 STANDARDS

3-400 ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS

3-500 MONITORING AND RECORDS (None Included)

3-600 MANUAL OF PROCEDURES (None Included)




REGULATION 3

FEES

(Adopted June 18, 1980)

3-100 GENERAL

3-200 DEFINITIONS

3-300 STANDARDS

3-400 ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS


SCHEDULE A

HEARING BOARD FEES

Established by the Board of Directors December 7, 1977 Resolution No. 1046

SCHEDULE B

COMBUSTION OF FUEL

(Amended June 18, 1980)

For each source which burns fuel, which is not a flare, and which is not exempted by Regulation 2, Rule 1, the fee shall be computed based on the maximum gross combustion capacity of the source. (Amended October 15, 1980)


SCHEDULE C

STATIONARY CONTAINERS FOR THE STORAGE OF

ORGANIC LIQUIDS

(Amended June 18, 1980)

For each stationary container of organic liquids which is not exempted from permits by Regulation 2 and which is not part of a gasoline dispensing facility, the fee shall be computed based on the container volume, as follows:(Amended June 18, 1980, February 20, 1985)



SCHEDULE D

GASOLINE TRANSFER AT GASOLINE DISPENSING

FACILITIES,

BULK PLANTS AND TERMINALS

(Amended June 18, 1980)



SCHEDULE E

SOLVENT EVAPORATING SOURCES

(Adopted June 18, 1980)

For each solvent evaporating source, as defined in Section 3-210 except for dry cleaners, the fee shall be computed based on the net amount of organic solvent processed through the sources on an annual basis (or anticipated to be processed, for new sources) including solvent used for the cleaning of the sources. (Amended May 19, 1982; October 17, 1984; June 4, 1986; July 3, 1991)


SCHEDULE F

MISCELLANEOUS SOURCES

(Adopted June 18, 1980)

For each source not governed by Schedules B, C, D, E, H or I, the initial fee is $117 and the permit to operate fee is $84, except for those sources in the special classification lists below: (Amended May 19, 1982; June 5, 1985; June 4, 1986; July 3, 1991; June 15, 1994)

List of special classifications requiring graduated fees is shown in Schedules G-1, G-2, G-3, and G-4.


SCHEDULE G-1

(Added June 18, 1980)

CODE DESCRIPTION

1019 FOOD/AG

Dryer-Spray

3041 MTGL/SEC

Foil rolling

3042 MTGL/SEC

Galvanizing

4020 MINERL

Asphalt dipping

4032 MINERL

Crushing

4038 MINERL

Glass Mfg - batching

4041 MINERL

Glass Mfg - mixing

4042 MINERL

Glass Mfg - molten holding tanks

4044 MINERL

Grinding - cement

5001 PET REF

Asphalt oxidizer

5004 PET REF

Catalytic reforming

5010 PET REF

Fluid Coking - storage

5022 PET REF

Hydrotreating/hydrofining

5022 PET REF

Hydrogen mfg

5027 PET REF

Distillation - crude (< 1 Mbbl/hr)

5028 PET REF

Distillation - other

5028 PET REF

Distillation - other

5029 PET REF

Solvent extraction

5031 PET REF

Isomerization

5993 PET REF

Other/petroleum unit not specified (coke)

5995 PET REF

Other/petroleum unit not specified (feedstock)

6000-6999

INCINERATION

7003 CHEM/MISC-DRY

Spray dryer

7024 CHEM/MISC

Calcining - other

7050 CHEM/MISC

Sulfuric acid mfg - other/not specified

7XXX CHEM/MISC

Latex Dipping

(Added 6/18/80; Amended 6/4/86; June 6, 1990)


SCHEDULE G-2

(Adopted June 6, 1990)

CODE DESCRIPTION

2059 MTGL/PRI Pickling
3021 MTGL/SEC Reverb - other
3022 MTGL/SEC Reverb - sweat
3053 MTGL/SEC Rolling
3059 MTGL/SEC Reverb - Rotary
4011 MINERL Elec induction furnace
4012 MINERL Electric furnace
4016 MINERL Soda lime genl furnace (glass mfg.)
4019 MINERL Asphalt blowing
4029 MINERL Concrete batching - general
5017 PET REF Oil-Water separator
5XXX PET REF Refinery wastewater storage ponds
5XXX PET REF Coke storage piles (open)
7082 CHEM/MISC Sulfate pulping - blow tank accumulator
7083 CHEM/MISC Sulfate pulping - fluidbed calciner
7084 CHEM/MISC Sulfate pulping - liquor oxidation tower
7085 CHEM/MISC Sulfate pulping - mult-eff evaporating
7086 CHEM/MISC Sulfate pulping - smelt dissolv tank
7087 CHEM/MISC Sulfate pulping - turpentine condenser
7088 CHEM/MISC Sulfate pulping - washer/screen
7089 CHEM/MISC Sulfate pulping - other/not specified
7090 CHEM/MISC Sulfate pulping - digester
7091 CHEM/MISC Sulfate pulping - evaporator
7092 CHEM/MISC Sulfate pulping - liquor recovery
7093 CHEM/MISC Sulfate pulping - pulp digester
7094 CHEM/MISC Sulfate pulping - smelt tank
7095 CHEM/MISC Sulfate pulping - other/not specified

(Adopted June 6, 1990)



SCHEDULE G-3

(Added June 18, 1980, Amended and Renumbered June 6, 1990)

CODE DESCRIPTION

2019 MTGL/PRI Electric induction furnace
2021 MTGL/PRI Electric arc furnace - oxygen lanced
3012 MTGL/SEC Electric arc furnace
5021 PET REF Hydrocracking
5027 PET REF Crude distillation(> 1 Mbbl/hr)
5XXX PET REF Marine Loading/unloading Berths
7065 CHEM/MISC Phosphoric acid manufacturing - thermal process
7066 CHEM/MISC Phosphoric acid manufacturing - wet process
7XXX CHEM/MISC Phosphoric acid manufacturing - other

(Added June 18, 1980; Amended May 19, 1982; Amended June 6, 1990)





SCHEDULE G-4

(Adopted June 6, 1990)

CODE DESCRIPTION

3XXX MTGL/SEC Continous Annealing Line
4XXX MINERL Cement calcining kilns
5007 PET REF Flud cat cracker
5009 PET REF Fluid coking - general
5018 PET REF Delayed coking
5019 PET REF Thermal cracking
5XXX PET REF Flexicoking
5XXX PET REF Sulfur removal - other/caustic
7047 CHEM/MISC Sulfuric acid mfg - chamber process
7048 CHEM/MISC Sulfuric acid mfg - contact process
7049 CHEM/MISC Sulfuric acid regenerators
7055 CHEM/MISC Claus - modified 2 stage
7056 CHEM/MISC Claus - modified 3 stage
7057 CHEM/MISC Claus - modified 4 stage
7063 CHEM/MISC Nitric acid mfg - ammonia oxid new
7064 CHEM/MISC Nitric acid mfg - ammonia oxid old
7XXX CHEM/MISC Coke calcining kilns
7XXX CHEM/MISC Hydrochloric acid regeneration
7XXX CHEM/MISC Lime calcining kilns
7XXX CHEM/MISC Circulating fluid bed combustors - solid fuels

(Adopted June 6, 1990)



SCHEDULE H

SEMICONDUCTOR AND RELATED OPERATIONS

(Adopted May 19, 1982)



For the following sources utilized primarily for manufacturing semiconductor and related solid state devices, as described under Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Number 3674, the fee shall be based upon the quantity of equipment which a fabrication area is authorized to contain.

All of the equipment within a fabrication area will be grouped together and considered one source. Grouping will be limited to equipment subject to this schedule. Equipment not subject to this schedule will be permitted separately, item by item.

Permits for sources covered by this Schedule will be written in a format that specifies the maximum amount of equipment that is authorized for the fabrication area. Equipment may be moved into and out of any fabrication area; such changes shall not be considered a modification (as defined in Section 1-217, and requiring an Authority to Construct) provided that the maxima indicated on the permit are not exceeded.

Initial fees for new or modified equipment shall be based upon the increase in permitted equipment of each category (no credit for reductions). Permit to Operate fees shall be based on permitted maxima. (Amended June 4, 1986)

The fee shall be as indicated:

1. INITIAL FEE:

a. Solvent Stations: cumulative capacity not exceeding 100 gallons

cumulative capacity exceeds 100 gallons
$0

$590
b. Wet Chemical Stations: cumulative capacity not exceeding 100 gallons

cumulative capacity exceeds 100 gallons
$0

$590
c. SILICONIZING REACTORS: $117 per authorized Reactor
d. DIFFUSION, OXIDIZING, ALLOYING AND ANNEALING FURNACES $35 per authorized Furnace Chamber
e. CHEMICAL VAPOR DEPOSITION REACTORS (Excluding Vacuum Deposition) $117 per authorized Reactor
f. PHOTORESIST LINES $58 per authorized Photoresist Applicator

$58 per authorized Photoresist Developer
Amended January 9, 1985; June 5, 1985; June 4, 1986; July 3, 1991; June 15, 1994)

2. PERMIT TO OPERATE FEE:

a. Solvent Stations: cumlative capacity not exceeding 100 gallons

cumulative capacity exceeds 100 gallons
$0

$295
b. Wet chemical Stations: cumulative capacity not exceeding 100 gallons

cumulative capacity exceeds 100 gallons
$0

$295
c. SILICONZING REACTORS: $58.25 per authorized Reactor
d. DIFFUSION, OXIDIZING, ALLOYING AND ANNEALING FURNACES $17.50 per authorized Furnace Chamber
e. CHEMICAL VAPOR DEPOSITION REACTORS (Excluding Vacuum Deposition) $58.25 per authorized Reactor
f. PHOTORESIST LINES: $29 per authorized Photoresist Applicator

$29 per authorized Photoresist Developer
(Amended January 9, 1985; June 4, 1986; July 3, 1991; June 15, 1994)

3. Fees for each source will be rounded to the nearest dollar. The fee for sources will be rounded up to the nearest dollar for 51 cents and above, and amounts 50 cents and lower will be rounded down to the nearest dollar. (Adopted June 5, 1985)

4. The initial fee shall be doubled and the permit to operate fee shall be raised by ten percent, for sources which emit toxic air contaminants (TAC), identified by the Air Resources Board, due to the following:

(Adopted June 4, 1986)




SCHEDULE I

DRY CLEANERS

(Adopted July 6, 1983)

For dry cleaners, the fee shall be computed based on the clothes cleaning capacity of the facility, regardless of the type or quantity of solvent, as follows:


SCHEDULE K

SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL SITES

(Adopted July 15, 1987; Amended July 3, 1991; June 15, 1994)

1. Initial Fee Schedule

2. Permit to Operate Fee - $555

3. Evaluation of Air Assessment Reports as required by California State Health and Safety Code.

4. Fees for each source will be rounded off to the nearest dollar. The fee for sources will be rounded up or down to the nearest dollar.

5. The initial fee shall be doubled and the Permit to Operate fee shall be raised by ten per cent, for sources which emit toxic air contaminants (TAC), identified by the Air Resources Board, due to the following:

Please note:


SCHEDULE L

ASBESTOS OPERATIONS

(Adopted July 6, 1988)

1. Asbestos Operations conducted at single family dwellings are subject to the following fees:

2. Asbestos Operations, other than those conducted at single family dwellings, are subject to the following fees:

3. Demolitions involving less than 100 square or 100 linear feet of friable asbestos (including zero asbestos demolitions) conducted at a single family dwelling are subject to the following fee:

4. Demolitions involving less that 100 square or 100 liner feet of friable asbestos (including zero asbestos demolitions) other than those conducted at a single family dwelling are subject to the following fee:

Adopted July 6, 1988; Amended September 5, 1990; January 5, 1994)


SCHEDULE M

MAJOR STATIONARY SOURCE FEES

(Adopted June 6, 1990; Amended July 3, 1991; June 15, 1994)

For each major stationary source emitting 100 tons per year or more of Organic Compounds, Sulfur Oxides and/or Nitrogen Oxides, the fee shall be based on the following:

Emissions calculated by the APCO shall be based on the data reported for the most recent 12-month period prior to billing. In calculating the fee amount, emissions of Organic Compounds, Sulfur Oxides or Nitrogen Oxides, if occurring in an amount less than 100 tons per year, shall not be counted.




SCHEDULE N

TOXIC INVENTORY FEES

(Adopted October 21, 1992)

For each stationary source emitting substances covered by California Health and Safety Code Section 44300 et seq., the Air Toxics "Hot Spots" Information and Assessment Act of 1987, a fee based on the weighted emissions of the facility shall be assessed based on the following formulas:

where the following relationships hold:

(Amended December 15, 1993)


SCHEDULE O

EMPLOYER TRIP REDUCTION FEES

(Adopted December 16, 1992)

Employee Transportation Survey Processing Fee:*

Employer Trip Reduction Plan Review Fee:

Employer Trip Reduction Plan Appeal Fee:

(Adopted December 16, 1992; Amended March 15, 1995)


SCHEDULE P

MAJOR FACILITY REVIEW FEES

(Adopted November 3, 1993)



SCHEDULE Q

AERATION OF CONTAMINATED SOIL AND

REMOVAL OF UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS

(Adopted January 5, 1994)

1. Persons aerating contaminated soil or removing underground storage tanks subject to the provisions of Regulation 8, Rule 40, are subject to the following fee: